Dr. Gionata Fiorino is currently Senior Consultant at IBD Center, Dept. of Gastroenterology at Humanitas Research Hospital and Adjunct Teaching Professor, Department of Biomedical Sciences, at Humanitas University.

Dr. Fiorino graduated in 2004 in Medicine and Surgery at Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore (Milan). In 2009 he specialized in Gastroenterology at University of Rome and in 2012 he was appointed Philosophiae Doctor in Clinical and biomolecular hepatogastroenterology for children and adults at University of Messina.

In 2008 he started his activity at Humanitas Research Hospital as Clinical Research Fellow. In 2010 he was appointed Consultant – IBD Specialist IBD Center, Dept. of Gastroenterology and in 2017 he was designated Senior Consultant at the same institution.
Main clinical activity has been focused on gastroenterology, inflammatory bowel diseases (Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis), enterocolitis.

Author of more than 130 publications, he is engaged in clinical research involving innovative therapies for chronic intestinal inflammatory diseases, early diagnosis of chronic inflammatory bowel disease, damage and disability from chronic inflammatory bowel disease, non-invasive intestinal diagnostics, standardization of the diagnostic and therapeutic approach to the patient with chronic inflammatory bowel disease.

He is also coordinator of the European guidelines (ECCO) on the treatment of Crohn’s disease; coordinator of the Scientific Committee of the Italian Society of Chronic Inflammatory Bowel Diseases (IG-IBD), with the task of evaluating and promoting Italian spontaneous clinical studies on intestinal inflammatory diseases; coordinator of several multicentric studies at Italian and European level on the treatment of chronic inflammatory bowel diseases; founder of Y-ECCO; member of the Panel of Experts for the production of the European guidelines on diagnostics and monitoring of chronic intestinal inflammatory diseases, neoplastic diseases and Chronic Intestinal Inflammatory Diseases, pregnancy and lactation in Chronic Intestinal Inflammatory Diseases.